Third child with third wife: Nicolas Cage is a father again
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Third child with third wife
Nicolas Cage is a father again
09/08/2022 11:14 am
As an actor, Nicolas Cage has gone through some tough times. But now things are going well for the Hollywood star again, also privately. He is now a father for the third time. It is his first child with his wife Riko Shibata, who is more than 30 years his junior.
Hollywood star Nicolas Cage enjoys fatherly joy for the third time. 58-year-old and his 27-year-old wife Riko Shibata became parents together for the first time last Wednesday. A spokesperson for the couple confirmed this to the magazine “People”.
Accordingly, daughter August Francesca Coppola Cage was born in Los Angeles. Mother and daughter are doing well, they say. It is the first girl for the star. He already has an adult son Weston Coppola Cage with his ex-partner Christina Fulton, and his ex-wife Alice Kim has given birth to his now 16-year-old son Kal-El.
Cage said on The Kelly Clarkson Show in April that he wanted to name his child after his father, August Coppola, regardless of the sex of the offspring. “I’m very happy, this will be the greatest adventure of my life,” he said.
Marriage number five
Shibata is the eccentric actor’s fifth wife. The two married in Las Vegas in February 2021, after meeting in Japan about a year earlier. In January of this year, they announced that they were expecting a child together.
Cage first married Patricia Arquette (1995-2001). It was followed by Lisa Marie Presley (2002-2004), Alice Kim (2004-2016) and Erika Koike (2019).
Comeback after a career break
Nicolas Cage started his acting career in the early 1980s. His uncle, director Francis Ford Coppola, first gave him a starring role in his 1983 film Rumble Fish. Cage established himself in Hollywood with films like “Moonstruck” (1987), “Airborne – Wings of Steel” (1990) or ” Wild at Heart – The Story of Sailor and Lula”.
Cage won an Oscar in 1996 for ‘Leaving Las Vegas’. Blockbusters like “Con Air” (1997), “In the Body of the Enemy” (1997) and “Ghost Rider” (2007) followed. From about 2010, Cage went through a career break, from which he only gradually fought his way out. That year, he portrayed himself in self-deprecation in the action comedy Massive Talent.